Tom Robertson decides Super Rugby future

The NSW Waratahs have re-signed 21-year old Sydney Uni prop Tom Robertson for a further two seasons. The country-NSW born forward made his first Super Rugby appearance earlier this year, bursting through three Highlanders defenders to score his opening Waratahs’ try on debut. His efforts off the field are just as impressive. Robertson is currently one of the highest level athletes to be studying his Doctor of Medicine full-time at Sydney University through their Elite Athlete Program, after finishing his Bachelor of Medical Science last year. NSW Waratahs coach, Daryl Gibson said he was very pleased to see yet another of NSW’s rugby talents to decide to recommit to the Club. “Tom’s been one of the finds of the season,” Gibson said. “His efforts in balancing and managing his studies together with his work on the field is remarkable. "Tom loves the scrum, and with that attitude, and his willingness to work hard and be the best, the team can only benefit. “Like m
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